Coach House Hotel
Agatha Forest Reserve
About Coach House Hotel
Easily accessible from Gauteng, the Coach House Hotel and Spa offers world-class hospitality and luxurious comfort in one of South Africa’s most tranquil settings. Internationally known as one of Africa’s leading country hotels, this gracious estate is situated on 560 hectares in the lush sub-tropical Letaba district of Limpopo.
Accommodation is provided in 39 spacious rooms offering every comfort and convenience, each with its own generous en-suite bathroom and separate shower. All the rooms have private verandas with sweeping panoramic mountain views and are fitted with luxurious percale cotton sheets, mohair blankets, heated towel rails, ceiling fans and personal bathrobes.
The bathrooms have an extensive range of guest amenities and are stocked with fresh flowers, spring water, fresh fruit and home-made biscuits daily. The Suites and Premier Rooms also boast log-burning fireplaces where one can snuggle up on a chilly winter's night after a perfect day.
The hotel itself offers a wide variety of services, including the Zeederberg Restaurant and the Inviting country pub. Guests can also make use of the Agatha Spa, the fitness centre, conference facilities and business centre. In addition, wireless Internet access is provided and guests can relax in the lounge with fireplace.
Nestled atop a ridge, the retreat offers dramatic panoramic views of the Letsitele Valley and Drakensberg mountain range. This historic country retreat offers guests Old World service and charm, rejuvenating spa treatments, award-winning cuisine, and its famed on-site nougat factory. Warm distinctive service and elegant upmarket Colonial décor are the hallmarks of this heritage property.
72 Hours cancellation policy.
If the reservation is cancelled before the 72 hours prior to arrival – there is no penalty.
If the reservation is cancelled after 72 hours - then the first nights' accommodation is charged.
No Shows - Full cost of the stay.
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling